Research and Markets: Renewable, Alternative & Hydrogen Energy Industry Almanac

    DUBLIN, Ireland, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets
 (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c16140 ) has announced the addition
 of Renewable, Alternative & Hydrogen Energy Industry Almanac to their
 offering.
      (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20040820/RESEARCH )
     There are few industry sectors in the world today with more potential than
 renewable and hydrogen energy.  Clean, green and renewable energy technologies
 are receiving immense emphasis from investors, environmentalists, governments
 and major corporations.  Today's high price environment for crude oil, coal
 and natural gas will increase the demand for renewables of all types.  A wide
 variety of technologies are being researched, developed and implemented on a
 global basis, from Stirling engines to wind power, from advanced nuclear
 plants to geothermal and fuel cells.
 
     This carefully-researched book (which includes a database of leading
 companies on CD-ROM) is a complete alternative and renewable energy market
 research and business intelligence tool -- providing information on the
 business of clean energy, including:
 
      - Government incentives and investment
      - Corporate investment, research and development
      - Venture capital and other types of private sector investments
      - Alternative energy technologies, including wind, photovoltaic, nuclear,
 clean diesel, clean coal, tidal, hydrogen, fuel cells, and more.
      - Profiles of hundreds of leading alternative and renewable energy
 companies
      - Superconductivity
      - Advanced electricity storage devices
      - Investment by traditional utilities companies
      - Industry associations
      - Government agencies
      - An alternative and renewable energy industry glossary
 
     A complete overview, industry analysis and market research report can be
 found in one superb, value-priced package.
 
     It contains thousands of contacts for business and industry leaders,
 industry associations, Internet sites and other resources.
 
     This book also includes statistical tables, an industry glossary and
 thorough indexes.
 
     The corporate profiles section of the book includes proprietary, in-depth
 profiles of the 250 leading companies in all facets of the alternative,
 renewable and hydrogen energy business.
 
      A Short Renewable, Alternative & Hydrogen Industry Glossary i
      Introduction 1
      How to use this book3
 
     Chapter 1: Major Trends Affecting the Renewable, Alternative & Hydrogen
 Energy Industry 7
 
       1) Introduction 7
       2) Solar Power and Photovoltaics 8
       3) Wind Power 9
       4) Hydroelectric Power 11
       5) Geothermal Power 11
       6) Biomass, Waste-to-Energy and Ethanol 11
       7) Waste Methane Proves Viable at Landfills 12
       8) Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Power 12
       9) Microturbines and Distributed Power 14
      10) Tidal Power 14
      11) Governments Encourage Alternative Fuels and Conservation 15
      12) Homes and Commercial Buildings Go Green 15
      13) Alternative Fuels Quickly Gain Popularity Among Automobile
 Consumers 16
      14) The Industry Takes a New Look at Nuclear Power 18
      15) Nanotechnology Sees Applications in Fuel Cells and Solar Power-Micro
 Fuel Cells to Power Mobile Devices 19
      16) Clean Coal Technologies are not as Close as they Seem 20
      17) Canada's Tar Sands Reach Commercial Production Levels 21
 
     Chapter 2: Renewable, Alternative & Hydrogen Energy Industry Statistics 23
 
      U.S. Alternative Energy Industry Overview 24
      U.S. Energy Production, Total and by Fossil Fuels, Nuclear and
 Hydroelectric Power: 1950-2003 25
      U.S. Energy Production, Total and by Renewable Energy Power Sources:
 1950-2003 26
      U.S. Electricity Net Generation from Renewable Energy by Use Sector and
 Source: 1999-2003 27
      U.S. Hydroelectric Generation Compared to 15 Year Average: 1989-2003 28
      U.S. Non-Hydroelectric Renewable Electricity Generation by Energy Source:
 2002-2025 29
      U.S. Energy Consumption by Energy Source: 1999-2003 30
      U.S. Renewable Energy Consumption, by Amount and Share of Total Energy
 Consumption: 1989-2003 31
      Percent Share of U.S. Energy Consumption by Source, 2003 32
      U.S. Renewable Energy Consumption by Use Sector and Source: 1999-2003 33
      U.S. Renewable Energy Consumption by End-Use Sectors, 2003 34
      U.S. Renewable Energy Consumption by the Residential and Commercial
 Sectors: 1989-2003 35
      U.S. Renewable Energy Consumption by the Industrial and Transportation
 Sectors: 1989-2003 36
      U.S. Ethanol and MTBE Consumption in the Transportation Sector: 1992-2003
 37
      U.S. Renewable Energy Consumption for Electricity Generation by Use
 Sector and Source: 1999-2003 38
      U.S. Renewable Energy Consumption by the Electric Power Sector,
 Hydroelectric Power: 1949-2003 39
      U.S. Renewable Energy Consumption by the Electric Power Sector, Non-
 Hydroelectric: 1990-2003 40
      Estimated Number of Alternative-Fueled Vehicles in Use by Type of Fuel,
 U.S.: 1992-2003 41
      Estimated Number of Alternative-Fueled Vehicles in Use, U.S.: 1995-2003
 42
      Estimated Replacement Fuel Consumption by Type of Fuel, U.S.: 1992-2003
 43
      Estimated U.S. Replacement Fuel Consumption: 1995-2003 44
      U.S. Biomass Energy Consumption by Source and Use Sector: 1999-2003 45
      Biomass Energy Consumption Hierarchy 46
      Average Heat Content of Selected Biomass Fuels 47
      Major U.S. Electric Utilities That Generate More Than 30% Of Electricity
 Through Nuclear, Solar, Wind, Hydroelectric, Geothermal Or Biomass 48
      The 10 Largest Nuclear Power Plants in the U.S., 2004 49
      Top Five U.S. Ethanol Plants, 2004 49
 World's 10 Largest Hydroelectric Plants, 2004 50
 
     Chapter 3: : Important Renewable, Alternative & Hydrogen Energy Industry
 Contacts
 
      Addresses, Telephone Numbers and World Wide Web Sites 51
 
      Chapter 4: THE ALTERNATIVE ENERGY 250:
 
      Who They Are and How They Were Chosen 73
      Industry List, With Codes 74
      Index of Rankings Within Industry Groups 76
      Alphabetical Index 83
      Geographical Index
      Index of Headquarters Location by State 85
      Index of Headquarters Location by Country 88
      Index by Regions of the U.S. Where THE ALTERNATIVE ENERGY 250 Have
 Locations 90
      Index by Firms with International Operations 95
      Individual Profiles on each of THE ALTERNATIVE ENERGY 250 97
      Additional Indexes
      Index of Hot Spots for Advancement for Women/Minorities 346
      Index by Subsidiaries, Brand Names and Affiliations 347
 
     For more information visit
 http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c16140
 
      Laura Wood
      Senior Manager
      Research and Markets
      press@researchandmarkets.com
      Fax: +353 1 4100 980
 
 

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